Massachusetts non-profit is offering a $10,000 prize for innovative programs or promising ideas.
Computers may not yet have feelings, but the day seems to be quickly approaching when they will be able to detect and respond to how you are feeling.
Cellebrite mobile permission management helps admins manage data access privileges to groups of users on a right-to-know or need-to-know basis.
The North Carolina county combined Office 365, Microsoft Surface Pro tablets and Windows Azure to increase mobility and security – and save money.
Mobile technology provider TeleCommunications Systems Inc. will open an interoperability lab to help call handling services vendors test interfaces to next-generation 911 systems.
Boston's Office of New Urban Mechanics together with researchers with Emerson College's Engagement Game Lab recently released a "lessons learned" booklet for developing and deploying innovative tools for engaging citizens.
Microsoft announced several new products, including a new Enterprise Mobility Suite licensing option and the long-awaited Office for iPad.
As a showcase for Austin’s innovation-based economy, the South by Southwest festival and its public and private technology partners support a vision of the future unhampered by bandwidth limits of the past.
Taxpayers can now check the status of their federal income tax refund and request their tax return with the updated IRS2Go mobile application.
Project Tango, Google's prototype 3D mapping smartphone, will be used by NASA to help the international space station with satellite servicing, vehicle assembly and formation flying spacecraft configurations.
Law enforcement units will begin to use wireless technology to monitor the internal body temperature of K9s to protect them from heat-related conditions.
Dayton, Ohio, embedded radio frequency identification tags in street cuts, reducing time spent on street inspection and repair.
Some data-centric service providers are exploring Google Glass for sending private, secure information to field investigators.
Teams from the Naval Research Laboratory and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency use Android-based handhelds to test and transmit field information on tropical diseases.